Issue Date: September 12, 2011
High-Throughput Reaction Discovery
Thanks to a new approach, chemists can now run thousands of experiments with the hope of finding new coupling transformations, all in just a matter of days. The high-throughput method allows researchers to vary catalysts, ligands, and multiple substrates all at one time using simple laboratory equipment and mass spectrometry analysis (Science, DOI: 10.1126/sci ence.1207922).
“It’s very simple,” says University of California, Berkeley, chemistry . . .
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